I have a weird dilemma. I am a front end developer at a company and am getting handed designs that are simply not web friendly. Our UX/UI is handled by a singular other person and I am often not in the loop for UI creation. By the time the designs reach my desk they've been approved by both my boss and the client, therefore I really have to have an outstanding reason to present a change to them.
From what I've read online this isn't a new problem.
A few times now an entire page has been very good for print design, but can't hold up under web design. The best way I can explain it is there are a lot of overlapping boxes and tight margins. When your start making that responsive all hell tends to break loose. They also use images just way too much, to the point that if a client doesn't upload images that look a certain way things look.
My boss comes from a front end dev history however he's the boss. Whenever he has to develop something if he doesn't like it or finds it to difficult it's his prerogative to change it or approach the client. I can't just do that.
On monday I'd like to sit down with my boss and explain to them that I need to have more of a role in creating the UI and design before I'm just handed 10 PSD files and told to make it work. I'm tired of having to bend over backwards to make something halfway work that looks great on a 1200px screen but horrible on a 1000px screen. What should I have prepared and how should I approach this?